DETROIT – A vote Thursday will determine whether a tentative agreement to end the United Automobile Workers strike against General Motors will go to local unions.
UAW leaders from all over the country met Thursday at the Renaissance Center to learn the details of the proposed agreement.
UAW members are cautiously optimistic and believe the agreement could lead to the end of the strike.
It is still unknown if the agreement will pass.
A summary of the tentative agreement can be found on the UAW's official website here.
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The tentative agreement includes a $9,000 signing bonus, a 3-4 percent raise and a streamlined path for temporary workers. Workers will maintain their current health care, and the Detroit-Hamtrmack Assembly Plant will remain open.
The Hamtramck Transmission Plant will still close as previously announced.